Russian Prosecutor General Against Judicial Reform In Its Present Form

Russian Prosecutor General Vladimir Ustinov opposes judicial reform in its present form. He said so Wednesday as he spoke in the State Duma (parliament's lower house) within the framework of the Government Hour. "What is now called reform is not at all a reform; it's just adoption of bills connected with changes in legal proceedings," noted Vladimir Ustinov. The term "reform," as he sees it, implies a fundamental revision of the system. "Our reformers re-copy Western models, considering them the best, which is not always true, pointed out the Prosecutor General

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